Wednesday, April 25, 2012

RIM Redesigns BlackBerry Beta Zone

Research In Motion today announced that it has redesigned its BlackBerry Beta Zone based on the feedback from Beta Zone users. According to RIM, the Beta Zone has a brand new user interface that it believes is more engaging, intuitive, and interactive. Beta Zone has also been split in two, with consumer and enterprise apps clearly separated with their own Beta Zone URLs. The Beta Zone site now has a blog that accepts user feedback and comments. Last, the Beta Zone's mobile site has been improved with a revised layout and simplified download process. BlackBery Beta Zone is free to join, and lets BlackBerry users test beta software and provide feedback to RIM before final release.

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